A Youngstown man is accused of leading police on a chase through the city of Campbell that led to a home on the 600 block of 6th Street.

According to the report, 27-year-old Aaron Allen was traveling on US 422 around 4:55 p.m. when an officer noticed the car's extremely dark window tint and attempted a traffic stop.

Police say the officer went to the driver's side of the car and asked Allen for his license and registration.

Reports say Allen told police that he didn't have a license because it had been suspended. Allen then gave police his social security number.

While the officer was in his cruiser running Allen's information, Allen allegedly took off and traveled eastbound on US 422.

According to the report, speeds went above 50 miles per hour, and Allen recklessly passed cars while traveling in the turning lane.

Police say Allen pulled onto 6th Street, exited the car and ran towards a home.

Reports say Allen went into a side door and attempted to close it on the officer, but the officer was able to get his foot in the door.

According to the report, the officer gave Allen multiple commands to stop, but he did not.

The officer then took out his taser and used it twice, with one hitting Allen.

Allen was held at gunpoint until other officers arrived and placed him in handcuffs.

Allen faces charges of failure to comply, obstructing official business, resisting arrest, and FRA suspension.

He is being held without bond and has a court date scheduled for Tuesday.